Using the SideWinder just a few minutes a day has been proven to:
Together, you and your SideWinder will increase your grip and forearm strength for better performance in nearly every sport like...
and in areas where wrist and finger action is important, such as:
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The magic handle
Sidewinder: Two-handled, rubber-coated, 14 1/2-inch bar with an internal spring-resistance mechanism that lets you spin each side independently and an ingenious adjustment dial that allows you to change resistance almost instantly.
Likes: Designed by former tree climber Chris Nieman to be a compact version of the age-old "weight-on-a-rope" wrist-rollers, the Sidewinder allows a quick, effective workout for hands and forearms. There's good versatility, as you can alternate right- and left-hand twists, twist one side only, and try a variety of positions. The rubber-coated cylinders are quite comfortable in your palms, and the simple, well-designed resistance dial is marked with five lines to let you gauge your workouts accurately. Three models with different handle diameters, length and weight are available.
I thought that I had probably already found the ultimate wrist roller
when I purchased a Sierra Mega Wrist Roller a year or so ago, but then
I found and splurged a little on the purchase of a SideWinder® Pro
Xtreme. In my opinion, this is the best wrist roller/forearm/hand grip
strength/arm training device you can buy. Ingenious design, very high
quality, built like a tank (made from machined aluminum and steel) and
made to last with a lifetime guarantee. Has some heft to it at 4.3 lbs,
but very portable with no rope or plates required. Can easily adjust resistance
from very easy to impossible. Can use in a large variety of ways that
a rope based roller cannot duplicate. Serious piece of training equipment
and very worth the price.
SideWinder® Pro Xtreme Advantages: